Starling Bank Partner

Starling is the UK's first mobile bank offering super-fast setup, beautofully simply money management and 24/7 support, all with no monthly fees. From small businesses with big ambitions to freelancers figuring out tax returns, Starling's award-winning business bank account is designed to make entrepreneurial life a little easier.

Key Features

  • No monthly account fees

  • Apply in minutes, from your mobile.

  • Integrate with Xero, QuickBooks and FreeAgent

  • 24/7 UK customer support, from our UK-based team.

  • Stay in the know with real time payment alerts and categorised transactions for spending insights.

  • Deposit money at over 11,500 Post Office branches*. Deposit cheques via freepost or by scanning them in the app.

  • FSCS protection: We’re a fully registered bank and the FSCS protects any money you keep with us up to £85,000 for eligible customers.*

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Who are Starling's business bank accounts for?

To open any Starling account, you must be a UK resident – but with our business account, you must also be one of the following:

  • You’re the owner of a limited company, and you’re the only person with significant control (PSC) over it.

  • You’re the PSC of a limited company or LLP with multiple owners. With the multi-PSC account, you and your fellow PSCs will each get a Mastercard debit card and access to a beautifully simple mobile bank account. Please note that all PSCs registered at Companies House need to be UK resident individuals (i.e. no corporate shareholders). Starling can only provide access to the account if you’re a director registered at Companies House and a UK resident. 

  • You’re self-employed. The sole trader account is available exclusively to those who already have a Starling Bank personal account.

 

Entities engaged in, or linked in any way to, certain activities may not be able to open or have a business bank account with Starling. Check our Business Current Account Terms for more information.

Link your accounting software

You can integrate your bank account with Xero, QuickBooks or FreeAgent in a matter of minutes. When your banking and accounting talk to one another in real time, it’s easier to see the full financial picture.